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Moment cat stopped toddler from climbing the railings of their storey building balcony (VIDEO)

Kwabena Sowee 3 weeks ago 0

This is the cutest thing ever—a protective cat goes above and beyond to keep his owner’s baby from scaling their tower block balcony rails.

The owner captured the cat giving the one-year-old several soft swipes to his hands while he clings to the balcony railings in the footage, which was shot at their Bucaramanga, Columbia, home.

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Unbeknownst to the concerned cat, a security mesh encloses the balcony, thus even though the youngster looked to be in grave danger on the tall balcony, they were safe the entire time.

The boy can be seen in the video reaching for the railings above his head many times, even appearing to try to pull himself up at one point.

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The frightened pet notices the drop below and gives the owner a troubled look before scurrying into action and putting his paw on the child’s hands to prevent him from approaching the edge any more.

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The cat physically blocks the toddler’s path by shifting his body to impede the boy’s view down the balcony when the toddler continues.

The young boy tries multiple times to reach the railings, but the cat dissuades him, and he returns inside the apartment.

Watch the video below:

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